Sonko Staring to long prison term - All stops: State is determined to put him behind bar's and whether Mike Sonko, a politician who beat all odds in his way to the top before tumbling down, has finally run out of the proverbial nine lives will be known in the coming days. P.3
Ruto takes on Uhuru allies as he fights back -Deputy President William Ruto has alleged an elaborate State sponsored campaign to scuttle his 2022 State House bid through chaos and painting him as an unwanted man in some parts of the country. The DP said yesterday that the Murang'a violence, where two people, 21-year-old Christopher Kariuki and Peter Mbothu 15- were killed on Sunday, was not an isolated one but part of a broader plan to lock him out of some areas. SEE PAGE 4.
Kemsa: Kemsa ghosts return Firms and individuals that benefited from flawed Covid procurement at Kenya Medical Supplies Authority will now be forced to return the excess cash they were paid / Back
Disquiet over new jobs: Decision by the government to recruit endet inspectors even as thousands of graduate officers await promotion has not gone down well with senior officers/Back
Nyanzi flees to Nairobi: Ugandan academic and fierce critic of President Yoweri Museveni, Dr Stella Nyanzi, crossed into Kenya on Saturday. She says life in Uganda is unbearable/P27
BBI: Raila leads by example in Siaya MCAs in Raila's home county yesterday unanimously voted for the Building Bridges Initiative draft, a week after it was submitted to county assemblies by the electoral commission/Page 5.
Sonko woes - From the frying pan into the fire: Double trouble - No end in sight for troubled ex-governor Mike Sonko as police seek 30 days to detain him on terror claims. Page 2
Inside State's plan to tame politicians: All-out war. Alarmed by rising tensions, government rolls out multi-agency strategy to stop inciters in their tracks. Page 6
Siaya leads the dash for BBI county approval: Endorsement - ODM leader Raila Odinga's bedrock is first off the block in the race against time to pass referendum Bill, setting the pace for the rest of the country.
CS Magoha issues fresh ultimatum on school fires - Education officials have three weeks to address rising cases of arson in schools as Cabinet Secretary George Magoha announces that parents will foot the cost of repairs.
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